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reel 1. List of Book Records of Officers, State of Louisiana -- reels 1-26. Offices of Staff Officers. Bounty Agent: claims, claimants, index, and registry of payments (reels 1-3) ; Commissary of Subsistence: correspondence, account books (reels 4-6) ; Provost Marshal General of Freedmen: correspondence; registries of court cases, complaints, conscripts, refugees; other reports (reels 6-9) ; Quartermaster: correspondence, accounts (reels 9-10) ; Surgeon in Chief: ; correspondence, reports of sick and wounded, etc. (reels 11-26) --

reels 27-52. Subordinate Office, Plantation Dept. Correspondence (reel 27), registers (reels 28-29), payrolls of employed freedmen (reels 30-52), account books (reel 52) --

Subordinate Field Offices. reel 52. Abbeville -- reels 52-54. Alexandria -- reels 54-57. Algiers -- reels 58-59. Amite City -- reels 59-60. Baton Rouge (Subassistant Commissioner of the 2nd Subdistrict) -- reels 61-64. Baton Rouge (Assistant Subassistant Commissioner) -- reels 64-67. Bayou Sara -- reel 67. Bragg Home Colony -- reels 67-68. Carrollton -- reels 68-70. Clinton -- reels 70-71.Columbia -- reels 71-72. Donaldsonville (Agent) -- reels 72-73. Donaldsonville (Agent and Assistant Subassistant Commissioner) -- reels 74-75. Franklin (Subassistant Commissioner of the 3rd Subdistrict) -- reels 75-78. Franklin (Agent and Assistant Subassistant Commissioner) --

reel 79. Greenville, Hammond Station, Homer -- reels 79-80. Houma. Louisville -- reels 81-83. Lake Providence -- reels 83. McHatton Home Colony -- reels 83-84. Madisonville -- reel 84. Mansfield -- reels 84-85. Marksville -- reels 85-87. Millikens Bend -- reels 87-88. Monroe (Subassistant Commissioner of the 5th Subdistrict) -- reels 88-89. Monroe (Agent and Assistant Subassistant Commissioner) -- reel 89. Montgomeryville -- reels 89-90. Napoleonville -- reel 90. Natchitoches (Subassistant Commissioner of the 4th Subdistrict) -- reels 90-93. Natchitoches (Agent and Assistant Subassistant Commissioner) --

reels 93-95. New Iberia -- reels 96-97. New Roads -- reel 98. Rost Home Colony -- reels 98-100. St. Joseph -- reel 100. Shreveport -- reel 101. Shreveport (Superintendent of Education), Shreveport (Hospital) -- reel 102. Sparta -- reels 102-103. Thibodeaux -- reels 103-104. Trinity -- reels 104-105. Vermillionville -- reels 105-106. Vernon -- reels 106-107. Vidalia (Subassistant Commissioner of the 6th Subdistrict) -- reels 107-111. Vidalia (Agent and Assistant Subassistant Commissioner) -- reel 111. Unidentified records

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Volume Reel 0081 - Records of the field offices for the State of Louisiana, Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, 1863-1872 - KENILWORTH PLANTATION (SEE NEW ORLEANS) LABATUTS LANDING (SEE NEW ROADS) LAKE PROVIDENCE (ASSISTANT SUBASSISTANT COMMISSIONER) Letters Sent The four volumes of letters sent, February 1866–December 1868, 1 (310), 2 (311), 3 (312), and 4 (313), are arranged chronologically, and each volume has a name index. The last letters in volume 1 (310) are duplicated in volume 2 (311). Volume 1 (310) Feb. 1866–Apr. 1867 Volume 2 (311) Jan. 1867–Sept. 1867 Volume 3 (312) Sept. 1867–Apr. 1868 Volume 4 (313) Apr. –Dec. 1868 Register of Letters Received and Endorsements Sent and Received The single-volume register of letters received and endorsements sent and received, January–September 1868 (314), is arranged alphabetically by initial letter of surname of correspondent and thereunder chronologically. Volume (314) Jan.–Sept. 1868 Letters and Orders Received from the Assistant Commissioner and His Staff The three volumes of letters and orders received from the Assistant Commissioner and his staff, January 1866–December 1868, 1 (305), 2 (307), and 3 (309), are arranged chronologically and each volume has a name index. Volume 1 (305) Jan.–Dec. 1866 Volume 2 (307) Jan.1867–June 1868 Volume 3 (309) June–Dec. 1868 Letters Received from Local Citizens (cont.) The three volumes of letters received from local citizens, February 1866– December 1868, 1 (304), 2 (306), and 3 (308), are arranged chronologically, and each volume has a name index. Volume 1 (304) Feb.–Oct. 1866 Volume 2 (306) Jan.–Oct. 1867 Volume 3 (308) Sept. 1867–Dec. 1868
Publisher Washington, DC : U.S. Congress and National Archives and Records Administration
Pages 920
Language english-handwritten
Call number 2055098.1
Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive
Book contributor Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
Collection refugeesfreedmenabandonedlands; allen_county; microfilm; americana; genealogy; additional_collections
Notes Film/Fiche is presented as originally captured.

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